- Also bare·foot·ed. with the feet bare: a barefoot boy; to walk barefoot.
- Carpentry. (of a post or stud) secured to a sill or the like without mortising.
Origin of barefoot
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Examples from the Web for barefooted
All were barefooted, and such as were Berbers were bareheaded also.The Scapegoat
He was barefooted, and looking as outlandish as the heart of Swaffer could desire.Amy Foster
Poor Dawson walked the streets for months barefooted and in rags.The Rescue
I was frightened, and I jumped up and ran to the door, barefooted as I was.The Upper Berth
Francis Marion Crawford
No one asked the short-skirted, barefooted girl to finish her sentence.Tess of the Storm Country
Grace Miller White
- with the feet uncovered
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Word Origin and History for barefooted
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